Projects - First Nation Comanagement and Resource Development

  • Gap analysis for the Northern Secwepemc te Qelmucw (NStQ) First Nation interests represented in the Provincial land use planning process and in the First Nations stewardship planning process. Strategic assessment for comprehensive inclusion of First Nation interests in land and resource management throughout the Traditional Territory - Secwepemcul'ecw.
  • Integrated joint environmental assessment of a proposed mining discharge in BC, with T'exelc Williams Lake Indian Band, Xat'sull Soda Creek First Nations, and Mount Polley Mining Corporation.
  • A Call to Action publication model for First Nation Shared Decision Making distributed throughout the treaty negotiation community.
  • Strategy development and rationale for co-management structures built into AIP negotiations.
  • Strategic analysis of Clayoquot, North Central Coast and Haida Gwaii land use struggles in BC.
  • AIP strategy, chapter drafting, community consultation and treaty negotiation table support for Water, Environmental Management, Contaminated Sites, Sub-surface and Co-management chapters.
  • Model for the integration of First Nation land use plans with BC land use planning.
  • Remediation strategy for contaminated sites on proposed First Nation treaty settlement lands.
  • Water resource supply / demand analysis for proposed First Nation treaty settlement lands.
  • State of the environment reporting for First Nation traditional territory.
  • Information management framework for interior First Nation government.
  • Ocean oil spill clean-up coordination on First Nation I.R.
  • Remediation of one of Canada's largest PCP sites negotiated with coastal First Nation on reserve.
  • Remediation of petroleum hydrocarbon spill on coastal First Nation reserve.
  • Information workshop designed, implemented and facilitated for 200 First Nation representatives.
  • Head of the BC Capacity Initiative providing direct training support for First nation capacity.

Contact Brian Olding & Associates Ltd.


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